back to listings SME Profile: WE MAKE STUFF HAPPEN LIMITED

We Make Stuff Happen Limited

Unit S1, The Old Market
Lower Market Street

T:  01273 749 736





About Us

We Make Stuff Happen is a creative production company. We work with agencies, organisations, and brands to deliver 1st-class events, experiential activations, promotional stands and props, PR stunts, and festivals across the country. We offer no-nonsense advice on planning and design, bespoke builds, and are unflappable in event delivery. Bring us even your most unusual requests and together, we’ll make them happen.

Events wrangled, festivals organised, broadcasts kept on air, pop stars herded, custom installations designed, technology de-mystified, artists dipped in paint etc.. Bring us your stuff and we’ll make it happen.


We know that when you work in marketing, life’s a pitch.

Your email pings and now you need to inflate a version of your client’s logo up Ben Nevis, then roll it down, possibly triggering a pyrotechnic display.

We don’t need to have done it before to tell if it’s possible or what it will cost, easier than you can rollable blow-up logo suitable for mountain terrain.  See how here.


You are entering a hardhat area.

We specialise in high vis projects, so we bring the yellow attire.

We provide technical and health and safety consultancy as part of an overall package with design, development and delivery, or we offer those services on their own.


Putting the tea in team.

Whether you just want someone to take the technical strain or help brew up an entire idea, we’re always willing to come over for a cuppa or put the kettle on and schedule a call.

We also have a tea station in a flight case that accompanies us on jobs.  We designed it, of course, (that’s the kind of geeks we are).

Supplier Locator Free Text Search Area

To find the relevant supplier by company name, product or service, please use the free text search box provided below:

[ Search tip: Separate words with spaces ]

The Golden Thread: A study of the contribution of the project profession to the UK’s economy